Sabrina Rubin Erdely

contributing editor at Rolling Stone

Guest

Sabrina Rubin Erdely is an award-winning feature writer and investigative journalist, and a Contributing Editor at Rolling Stone. Her work has also appeared in SELF, GQ, The New Yorker, Mother Jones, Glamour and Men’s Health, among other publications; has been reprinted in college textbooks; and has been anthologized in Best American Magazine Writing, as well as twice in Best American Crime Reporting. Erdely’s feature writing and reporting have earned her a number of prestigious awards, including two National Magazine Award nominations: the first for "Intimate Intimidation," her Philadelphia investigation of a doctor who violated a sacred trust; the second for "School of Hate," her recent Rolling Stone article about LGBT bullying. Several of her articles are in development as Hollywood films.

Sabrina Rubin Erdely on KCRW

The University of Virginia’s Board of Governors is holding a special meeting today to discuss the school’s handling of sexual assault cases.

UVA Embroiled in Sexual Assault Controversy

The University of Virginia’s Board of Governors is holding a special meeting today to discuss the school’s handling of sexual assault cases.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

More from KCRW

Refugees are at high risk for all the stress of changing cultures while being without their usual supports. A bit of prevention may ease their integration into American society.

from Second Opinion

KCRW speaks with Dr. Oliver T. Brooks, chief medical officer at Watts Healthcare, about how some medical workers are feeling about this new spike in cases.

from KCRW Features

Chuck Schumer unveiled a draft bill that would remove the plant from the federal list of controlled substances and expunge some federal cannabis-related criminal records.

from KCRW Features

With the Tokyo Olympics opening this Friday, about 60 new COVID-19 cases have been reported, including among U.S. athletes Kara Eaker, Coco Gauff, and Katie Lou Samuelson.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Ken and Josh discuss Michael Avenatti’s decision to represent himself, the drama around Section 230, and the Tom Barrack indictment.

from All the Presidents' Lawyers

More than a dozen children died in the last five years while in the custody of LA’s Department of Children and Family Services.

from Greater LA

Steve Scalise, the second highest ranking Republican in the House, got vaccinated against COVID on Sunday.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

"Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain" captures the sweep of the chef-turned-TV-celebrity's life in captivating detail.

from Film Reviews